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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    I finally watched the Stephen King Quantum Leap. It wasn't what I thought it was going to be, and I actually liked it. Oh, and I was wrong about the name. Sheesh.
    Name shmame. It doesn't really matter. Thanks for the review though.
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    Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madame C.J. Walker. It's a four part story of the first self-made female millionaire in America.
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    Was watching The 100 with my roommate last night. They seem to end every episode on a cliffhanger and I kept saying, "One more and then bed" until nearly 3am. And yes I work today. A baby shift but still work.
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    The Netflix documentary Night On Earth. When the sun goes down, the animals creep into town. Leopards, bears, otters, monkeys, elephants, tortoises, hunting for food, nests, roosts, and migration.
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    There's a town in Italy where that's actually happening but it's goats.

    I'm watching the news even though I'm sick of it. I work in education though, so it's the smart thing to do for myself, my coworkers, and my students. Afterward, I'll watch Stephen Colbert make fun of a variety of political figures. Some of them are trying to use the coronavirus situation as an election platform point. Stupid yet true, and no one kicks 'em in the nuts for that kind of egotistical blindness like Stephen.
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    I'm just watching (again) all old the Sherlock Holmes films.
    Basil Rathbone was the best.
    Carolyn(1958-2009) always in my heart.

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    I've been watching the many free performances from many of my favorite artists on the internet. For the last few weeks Todd Snyder has performed for an hour. I'm watching Jorma Koukonen's regular Saturday performance from the Fur Peace Ranch. Steve Earle had a great show the other week.

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    Finished Cagney and Lacey, found the sequel movies on YouTube. NOT the same. I'm back on Greys Anatomy for a while, season 13.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theotherlondon View Post
    I'm just watching (again) all old the Sherlock Holmes films.
    Basil Rathbone was the best.

    I have the complete collection of Basil Rathbone/Nigel Bruce Holmes films sitting in my bookcase. Time to break them out and fill in a day or two. They truly are the best and the most atmospheric. Thanks for the reminder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordLucan View Post
    I have the complete collection of Basil Rathbone/Nigel Bruce Holmes films sitting in my bookcase. Time to break them out and fill in a day or two. They truly are the best and the most atmospheric. Thanks for the reminder.
    Thank you for saying this, I so enjoy all the old B/W films.
    Carolyn(1958-2009) always in my heart.

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    Grey's Anatomy, season 8. Getting dangerously close to the plane crash... I'd put on S7E18, Song Beneath the Song, last week while folding laundry and kept watching from there.
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    What Lies Beneath with Harrison Ford & Michelle Pfeiffer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansfield67 View Post
    What Lies Beneath with Harrison Ford & Michelle Pfeiffer
    I enjoyed that movie.

    I'm watching L&O SVU. Thinking about trying The Loop.

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    Cardinal Season 4 with Billy Campbell and Karine Vanasse. The best crime drama Canada has produced IMO.
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    "Playroom Karaoke" with Sandra Valls and her sister Connie on Facebook Live. And drinking.
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    The Great on Hulu, I hardly watch anything, been reading a lot. My friend is trying to talk me into watching Outlander, I read the first book and didn't care for it, not sure why it was and is so popular, it's just like all the other bodice, time traveling books out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkstracy View Post
    The Great on Hulu, I hardly watch anything, been reading a lot. My friend is trying to talk me into watching Outlander, I read the first book and didn't care for it, not sure why it was and is so popular, it's just like all the other bodice, time traveling books out there.
    I've been reading a lot, too. I finished several true crime books and now I'm on the second book of The 100. I can't remember who the author is off the top of my head. My roommate got me watching the show on Netflix and toward the end of the first season I noticed in the opening credits, "based on the book 'The 100'"....and I ran to my phone to get it on my Kindle. Roommate tried to read it, she didn't care for the books, said they were too different from the show. I told her that's why I like to read books before seeing shows or movies they're based on. So basically once another roommate (her hubby) finishes reading the books (he's just started the first book), we'll start the Netflix series all over again.
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    I couldn't get into Outlander or The 100. I'm looking forward to checking out The Vast of Night on Prime Video on May 29. I likely won't like it, but it looked worth a shot.

    I'm currently watching L&O SVU Season 2, on epi 9. I was surprised to see Sara Ramirez in epi 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    I couldn't get into Outlander or The 100. I'm looking forward to checking out The Vast of Night on Prime Video on May 29. I likely won't like it, but it looked worth a shot.

    I'm currently watching L&O SVU Season 2, on epi 9. I was surprised to see Sara Ramirez in epi 5.
    She's in another episode a few seasons later. Several Grey's actors made appearances. Sarah "April Kepner" Drew is on an episode playing an alcoholic teenager and TR "George O'Malley" Knight plays a pair of twins, one of whom is a rapist.

    Sandra Valls' Playroom Karaoke got kicked by FB at 11 our time, they automatically kick you off FB Live after four hours. I'm now watching Sister Act 2.
    "Tequila may not be the answer, but it's worth a shot."


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    Quote Originally Posted by RiaBrown View Post
    She's in another episode a few seasons later. Several Grey's actors made appearances. Sarah "April Kepner" Drew is on an episode playing an alcoholic teenager and TR "George O'Malley" Knight plays a pair of twins, one of whom is a rapist.

    Sandra Valls' Playroom Karaoke got kicked by FB at 11 our time, they automatically kick you off FB Live after four hours. I'm now watching Sister Act 2.
    I'll keep an eye out for them. One of my all time episodes is the one with Robin Williams. I don't know what season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    I'll keep an eye out for them. One of my all time episodes is the one with Robin Williams. I don't know what season.
    I love that one, too!!! I just remembered, Chandra "Miranda Bailey" Wilson also has at least two episodes of SVU under her belt. She plays a nurse in one, and in another one she plays an IT person.
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    Ria I am a true crime addict I think I have over three hundred true crime books here and about another 100 or so in storage, Do you listen to My favorite Murder. Or the murdersquad on spotify? I love Law and Order SVU, Ria did you see where Stabler is coming back for an episode then he is going to have his own show?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiaBrown View Post
    I love that one, too!!! I just remembered, Chandra "Miranda Bailey" Wilson also has at least two episodes of SVU under her belt. She plays a nurse in one, and in another one she plays an IT person.
    I can't wait to catch her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pkstracy View Post
    Ria I am a true crime addict I think I have over three hundred true crime books here and about another 100 or so in storage, Do you listen to My favorite Murder. Or the murdersquad on spotify? I love Law and Order SVU, Ria did you see where Stabler is coming back for an episode then he is going to have his own show?
    My Favorite Murder yes, MurderSquad no. Ironically a church friend got me on to MFM. You wanna freak your boss out at 9am, start playing that podcast while you're opening the store. ROFLMAO. GM C looked at me and asked what I was listening to, and when I told him, he shook his head and walked away.

    I can't WAIT for Christopher Meloni to reprise his role as Stabler. I heard the season premiere of SVU will set him up for the spinoff. They're spinning off SVU and giving Meloni his own show. I would LOVE to see crossovers for these shows... Grey's Anatomy's crossovers were fine at first, when it was an occasional one with Private Practice, but this last season it was almost every other WEEK with Station 19, and I didn't care for it. I couldn't get into S19.
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    I didn't care for the Station 19 scenes either. And could never get into Private Practice. I hope the next season is better. I hope Christina returns for at least one episode. I may wait and watch it on Netflix. I don't like the winter break. Lol. But I'll likely watch anyway Hulu anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    I didn't care for the Station 19 scenes either. And could never get into Private Practice. I hope the next season is better. I hope Christina returns for at least one episode. I may wait and watch it on Netflix. I don't like the winter break. Lol. But I'll likely watch anyway Hulu anyway.
    I hope so, too. I also want to know what happened with the trafficked girl DeLuca was trying to save. That was supposed to be tied up before the season ended, but the season didn't end in the usual way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiaBrown View Post
    I hope so, too. I also want to know what happened with the trafficked girl DeLuca was trying to save. That was supposed to be tied up before the season ended, but the season didn't end in the usual way.
    Me too. Maybe they'll tie it up during the coming season. I hope so.

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